This is what I call a “revolutionary” way to get out and solicit some business. I’m thinking AgWired Bus! Nothing like borrowing a good idea. Of course it would have to have satellite high speed internet access but wouldn’t that be a cool way to blog around the countryside? In fact, I’ve suggested that New American Farm’s Ben Allen do just that so we know what’s happening on this tour each day!
Brian Legried has accepted the position of president for Cofina Financial, LLC. Legried comes to Cofina Financial from Farm Credit Leasing where his most recent role was a senior vice president of sales and marketing.
Agritourism has become a valuable additional way for many farms to make more money. In this week’s ZimmCast I interview Jane Eckert, Eckert Agrimarketing, about her business. Jane is a professional direct marketing consultant with a passion for agritourism. I think you’ll enjoy hearing what she’s got to say.
The folks at Global Animal Management have done a consumer survey to find out what the move to a national animal id system will mean to confidence in food safety. That’s the topic of their latest talking news release.
I think the biotech companies have some very cool looking logos. Perhaps this company should be called a micro-biotech company.
I was out shopping today and I saw some of the kids this organization must be targeting. Parents, don’t buy them a car. Get them a bike so they get some exercise on the way to the mall!
This timely alert just came out from Pioneer Hi-Bred. You can visit their website to find an agronomist in your area if you need help.
This sounds like some very interesting work. Their release describes the DNA technology they use like this. “Botanical DNA technology is a leading brand protection and anti- counterfeiting solution since it is based on authentication of the encoded DNA in a product through forensic analysis. Applied DNA Sciences technology protects products and brands, deters counterfeit and grey market activity and safeguards corporate investment and market share. Microscopic covert DNA markers can be integrated into products and packaging, in inks, paper, coatings, adhesives, thread, textiles, polymers, liquids, holograms and microchips.”
I think I see why we didn’t do a talking news release about this product! You try pronouncing these words.
I knew I should have bought that piece of property to hunt on a long time ago!